Tagged: Legal

NanoMech Uncovers Top Secret Dealings

NanoMech Uncovers Top Secret Dealings

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The Delaware bankruptcy of Springdale’s NanoMech Inc. has taken a bizarre cloak-and-dagger turn: Former CEO Jim Phillips, under oath in September, cited “national security” when refusing to answer questions about 46 transactions that its top financial officer knew only as the “CIA arrangement.” read more >

Business Worry: Will Gunfire Victims Sue?

Business Worry: Will Gunfire Victims Sue?

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A couple wounded last month in a mass shooting at a Texas Walmart filed suit against the Bentonville retailer, becoming the latest shooting victims to sue a business for failing to protect them. read more >

$12M Penalty in Fax Case Will Stand

$12M Penalty in Fax Case Will Stand

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The $12.5 million class-action judgment against a New Jersey man and his business will stand after the Arkansas Supreme Court decided last month not to review the case. read more >

Walmart Shift on Greeters Leads to Lawsuit

Walmart Shift on Greeters Leads to Lawsuit

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Walmart’s initiative to change its “people greeter” jobs to ones that require more physical labor brought complaints and a lawsuit against the Bentonville retailer over allegations that it violated the Americans With Disabilities Act. read more >

Immigration Crackdown Felt in Arkansas

Immigration Crackdown Felt in Arkansas

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North Little Rock attorney Cristina Monterrey has seen what immigration policy under President Donald Trump has meant for her clients in the past year. read more >

'Triangle' Suit Says Lawyer Had Conflict

'Triangle' Suit Says Lawyer Had Conflict

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An ongoing legal malpractice lawsuit in Pulaski County Circuit Court highlights an issue commonly known as the eternal triangle: the relationship between the insured, the attorney and the insurance company. read more >

Taylor & Taylor Sues a Rival: Taylor & Taylor

Taylor & Taylor Sues a Rival: Taylor & Taylor

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Tasha and Andy Taylor, the husband-and-wife lawyers who operate the Taylor & Taylor law firm of Little Rock, have sued a Benton law firm with the same name in an attempt to get it to stop using the name and similar logo. read more >

Howard Brill Questions Legal Ethics of GoFundMe

Howard Brill Questions Legal Ethics of GoFundMe

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Howard Brill, the renowned University of Arkansas School of Law professor, told a group of attorneys last week that he was troubled by a case involving a Little Rock lawyer who started a GoFundMe campaign to fund a lawsuit. read more >